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from S. S. 1336, Jaya to {. S. 1366, Raktaksi in obedience to the
wishes of the Kay a ; and his son Sultani Vodeyar ruled it until
S. S. UOG, Krodhi. His son Raja Khan ruled from . S 1407,
Yisvavasu to S. S. 1419 Piugala as a subordinate of Saluva Vira
Sarasimharaya who was then reigning at Vidyanagara. During
the reign of Saluva Narasimha, Panem which was under the
jurisdiction oi the office (savad'i) of Penugonda passed into the
hands of Narasa Nayaka, who was then governing that province.
He granted the village of Panem to Honnappa Nayaka, son of
Deniappa Kayaka, the watchman of the royal treasury, for his
nayankara.

JCaifiyat oj Patieni PSfaiyafaf, I,. JR. 6, pp. 216-7,

58.    DEVARAYA II.

In the year Plava, Saka 1343 (expired), Uttama-nambi who
feed the boundary-mound   (ellaikkarai nilaiyitta)   went   to
Vijayanagara,  where  he pleased Gaja-vettai  (Elephant-hunt)
Pratapadeva Maharaya by playing chess with him and winning
against him ; he received several honours at the king's hands,
obtained for his brother a royal charter and the title Cakraraya
together with full rights in a separate  adhlna (matha), got the
king Gajabete Pratapadeva to declare that the adhinaB of the
two brothers had nothing to do with each other (were indepen-
dent of each other), received all honours, worshipped at all
shrines, examined  all the   sacred   affairs  (srlkarya), secured
manifold   increase   in the   wealth   of  the  sacred Araug&m,
supported jlyas,   Vaisnavas,   ekangts,   and all   ac&ryapuru$ast
conducted everything in accordance with ancient rule, gained
titles and honours from the  Eaya, came  to Srirangam and
looked after the srlkarya (temple affairs) ; he joined the kottu *
of Kovanavar alias Tiruppatiyar, and began to enjoy some
honours himself, while his younger brother got the honours of
Senapati.   These two adhlnams are still in existence as they
were then founded.

u, p. 131.

* A group of tempi* or palace servants.